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Intellek, a leading supplier of learning technology to the global legal community, joins forces with the leading marketplace for legal technology. Intellek and Reynen Court recently announced that the companies have entered into a strategic partnership that will bring the latest in innovative learning technology to the legal industry worldwide. “The team and I are proud and excited to go live with this marketplace partnership, showcasing our cutting-edge product suite for law firms , in collaboration with such a well-recognized and established platform… As one of the first developers of a cloud-based legal-specific Learning Management System , ...
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Since its inception in 2005, eDiscovery has taken on many forms—evolving with us to keep up with the colossal data demands of today. Even so, many law firms, corporations, service providers, and government agencies have not moved on from using the time-consuming and labor-intensive traditional, legacy eDiscovery tools of yesterday. Some of these tools include spreadsheets, database management systems, cloud storage platforms, and paper management systems. Let’s take a closer look at how these four traditional tools measure up to modern eDiscovery solutions. Spreadsheets Spreadsheets are one of the most common ways organizations manage ...
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By Nick Inglis In my book Advancing from eDiscovery to Prediscovery , I provide a deep dive into the current state, process evaluation, and future state of Information Governance and eDiscovery, as well as how these disciplines can be aligned. In this second in a three-part blog series about the book, I will summarize the second section, focusing specifically on the current and future state and process of eDiscovery. The basis for the eDiscovery profession is, as has been said, best reflected in the EDRM, a linear step-based process released by George Socha, and Tom Gelbmann in 2005. It begins with identifying data related to a case, then moving ...
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Microsoft’s Fluid Framework is Another Illustration of How Discoverable Data is Evolving Written by Doug Austin, Editor of eDiscovery Today In the Practical Information Governance: Balancing Risk, Compliance & Innovation session at Legalweek that I covered here , IPRO CEO Dean Brown provided a terrific example of how the evolution of data within the workplace is continuing to create new challenges for information governance and eDiscovery professionals everywhere – the “.fluid” file type created by Microsoft. I hadn’t heard of Microsoft Fluid before and was intrigued, so I decided to gather some information and write about it. Microsoft Fluid ...
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As an advocate for women in STEM careers, I know it’s not easy. It’s tough for a female leader. I often get asked how I lead a global team and maintain high levels of engagement, which led me to share what works for me and Team TutorPro. WIFLE! – All our meetings start out with a 1 to 2-minute WIFLE (what I feel like expressing). This is typically not work-related and gives a sense of how each individual is currently feeling. This is important when we don’t get to have those water cooler chats . Just Say Hi! – It takes just a moment and it’s a great way to check if the team is OK. Sending a quick hello to team members via Microsoft Teams IM, slack ...
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Please enjoy this blog post by Dean Sonderegger, SVP & General Manager of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. In looking at the impact of the pandemic on each of our lives, the general sense that I get is that we are seeing an acceleration of trends that have already been in place. A quick look at the packages waiting on doorsteps in any neighborhood illustrates this point: there was already a trend towards online ordering and delivery – COVID-19 has just accelerated that trend. When looking at the legal industry, most would say that the industry was already experiencing disruption due to technology, and the question was how and to what extent ...
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